The Kenya Union of Post Primary teachers (KUPPET)has opposed the the Competence Based Carriculum because it is burdensome.Speaking at Kisii town,the chairman of the Union Kisii branch Mr.Kaban Ourko diad it assumes that there was no any other curriculum before it."The curriculum should have looked at the previous 8.4.4.syetem and buitl on it instead of dumping it.' He said.photo:Mr.Laban Ouko.
The chairman said that change was good but caution the policy implementors to go slow when it came to shaping the mattress thst touched education."Education is a lifelong field that can cripple many generstions if it was handled hapazardky."Said the Unionidt.
He said that his union had started going around the country to collect signatures against the ptosal by the TSC to expose teachers to another give years training because that was an abuse that asdumed that teachers were unskilled.
The chairman who flanked by his executive secretary Mr.Joseph Abincha,asked TSC to finance the new course gur teachers because they were not ready to sacrifice they little they earned to support their families.
He asked the teachers to remain royal to their union and strengthen it to form other supportive avenues that could address the teachers matters in a professional way rather than exposing them I yo the hands of an intimidatory employer,the the Teachers'Dervice Commission.
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